Tyson Fury wants to ‘put on a show’ for record crowd in Dillian Whyte showdown, claims Frank Warren
TYSON FURY cannot wait for his fight against Dillian Whyte, according to his promoter Frank Warren.
The all-British bout will be held on April 23 at Wembley in front of a sell-out record-breaking crowd of 94,000.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Warren highlighted Fury is raring to go for this one.
He said: “Tyson is absolutely champing at the bit.
"He wants to make a statement in front of a record crowd on April 23 and I believe he will.
“This country has never seen anything like Tyson Fury before. He's just had an epic trilogy with the hardest hitting heavyweight of all time and come out on top.
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"He will be determined to put on a show and give every paying fan a night they will never forget.
Fury will again be defending his WBC heavyweight title.
In his last world title fight versus Deontay Wilder, the 33-year-old got back off the canvas twice to beat the American with an eleventh-round knockout in a fight regarded as an instant classic.
That was the last of the trilogy between the pair and now Fury has his eyes set on Whyte, who won his last fight against Alexander Povetkin.
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Controversially, Whyte did not turn up to a recent press conference to promote his heavyweight match-up versus Fury due to a row over money.
Fury stared down his poster to replace the face-off and has claimed he is ready to knockout his challenger.
He has also taken to social media to taunt Whyte.
He said on Twitter: “Dillian Whyte is getting knocked out, man. I cannot wait.”
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